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A Man and A Woman - III

byLeBroz©

A Man and A Woman - III
~Autumnal Widow~

Sleep late Saturday
So begins her widowhood;
Groceries bought and put away
He surfs games, one after the other.

Sunday's tune still sounds lame
Cleaning house while he sleeps late;
Roused his combat soon resumes
Again three games, one after the other.

Still a widow Monday night
Iron clothes and put away;
In a world all his own
Watches gridiron combat.

Sees her hero in the round
Wonders of a different way;
Till he grunts, "Sounds fine, dear"
And she knows she's thought out loud
As she thinks about a lover.

© Leon Brozyna 2005

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